I don't want to think these thoughts, but I can't escape them with all the evidence before us.
I truly think they are trying to cause a "survival of the fittest" situation. They will do fine, they have their places to hide, while the rest of us scramble for whatever it takes to survive.. and what do they care?
So what if millions of us go down -- can't make it, die homeless, in poverty, can't buy food... why should they care? They can all retreat to their private homes and islands while we wipe each other out, trying to survive.
They have their cellars full of food, their hidden caches of oil, generators, comfortable hidden mansions in the hills... the rest of us are screwed.
So what if it takes ten years? It truly seems they are intentionally trying to destroy the "poor", and this "bailout" thing is just to get them more money, while we think it's some saving grace, and in the end, we will have been tricked into 3rd world country poverty. All of us.
Sounds pretty pessimistic, but this is what I think they are up to.
but, don't you see?? it's no longer about survival of the fittest. i wish it were that way. the government would let us keep our taxes and social security and all that, and everyone would do with it what they had to. like during the 1800s. there was never a time in american history that brought forth more progress in this country than in the pre-depression world we used to live in. i guarantee you that if the government would cease to collect all these taxes from us in an 'attempt to help those in need' there would be a far less percentage of ppl in need. but that's not gonna happen.
so if 'survival of the fittest' were to go into effect today it would hold no merit because we've been getting screwed since the great depression and they've been stealing our money since then. imagine how much they must have saved up by now. just imagine. lets say 20 to 30 percent of every american dollar since the great depression that has been 'used to benefit those in need' slammed into their bank accounts. don't believe me? take a walk outside and count how many homeless ppl you see on the street. if you really think the government's doing anything to help 'those in need' ask those ppl they'll tell you. i'd say about 50 percent of all that money is pocketed. just imagine how much money that is...
so the table is tilted in the favor of the big business interests and if they were to leave us to fend for ourselves, we couldn't cuz they have our money. if they're gonna leave us to fend for ourselves at least give us our money back you sons a b****es! i feel drunk. i haven't gone to bed yet so this might seem like mindless rambling but think about it...it's really not...